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though this is a good time to ask. >> thank you very much ms. hale and thanks for being here and once again thanks for all the years you put in this program and your commitment and your ability to i think simply some complex issues and find a way out of predicaments we found ourselves in. >> thank you. it's been a long road and there are miles ahead so let's talk about the miles ahead. we took the vote over the last two weeks, the votes that occurred, and i wanted to summarize the program changes that we're factoring into the program. we are prioritizing low income receipt of the energy efficiency and go solar incentive payments associated with this program. the board ordinance adopted appropriated additional $2 million to go solar sf for customers and additional $2 million funding of efficiency programs and also for clean power sf customers and after the vote we are under your guidance and directions targeting the expenditure as low income customers and in that area in san francisco for pg&e. we were directed to minimize these things and maintaining financial viability of the pro
to your credit and thank you and we're really going to miss you. >> ms. hale do you want to go first and then mr. fried. >> thank you. we at the puc had an opportunity to thank mike privately and i welcome the opportunity to thank him in a public setting as well commissioners and in the interest of brevity i want to add one more thing to all of the complements offered and observations in mike's approach and that is to say he did all of that with a great sense of humor and that really helped get through the years and the difficulties, so i want to say lend my thoughts to those you heard mike and wish you the best. thank you. >> thank you. mr. fried. >> yeah, i also want to add i the opportunity to thank mike for the work and once again it was privately and not here. i learned from mike -- and every time i came to a ""why can't we do it" and he was explain to explain how it worked and i appreciate it and i learnedda a lot from mike. we heard from him monthly. i had a weekly meeting with him and a chance to talk to him and those ended and now i have a hole in my monday schedule w
and again ms. hale, mr. campbell here, mr. wiener also. >> thank you for the presentation. colleagues, any questions at the moment? supervisor kim? >> i just wanted to go over some of the concerns and you had brought up on the program questions. i was hoping you could talk in more detail about some of the ideas around multilingual customer education. i know one of the concerns that comes up among colleagues was that seniors are not english-speaking consumers. they need to be properly educated. if you would talk about the assurances around education. >> right. we could use help we can get. recommendations are warmly accepted. we have about a million dollars set aside for marketing. the discussion is we go out and heavily market in multilingual ways. probably tv spots, along with radio. clearly most would be mail, though. it would be in people's mailboxes. we would also engage community groups to work with us in different communities, especially multilingual to make sure word gets out to people. again it is no interest to catch anyone. any recommendations you might have for how we hit niche
and 2017. i'd like to welcome mr. robert hale, undersecretary of defense; ms. elizabeth mcgrath, the honorable gladys commons, comptroller, u.s. department of navy; dr. mary matiella, assistant secretary of the army; ms. marilyn thomas, deputy assistant secretary for financial management and comptroller u.s. department of the air force. thank you very much for being here with us today, and collectively you share the responsibility for managing nearly $700 billion of net operating costs and accounting for nearly $2 trillion in assets. these are weighty responsibilities, particularly when you consider the importance of your mission to our face's national security and to our war fighters. want to thank you for your service and for the commitment you have demonstrated on this issue. achieving audit readiness when considered against this backdrop is both complex and challenging, and it's clear to me that you're making tangible progress forward. this hearing is meant as a follow up to the defense financial management and auditability reform panel which was appointed by chairman b
the distinguished animal panelists. robert hale. ms. elizabeth mcgrath, and the honorable gladys commons, u.s. department of navy, and dr. mary sally, assistant secretary of the army, financial management and comptroller at u.s. department of army, ms. marilyn thomas, deputy assistant secretary for the u.s. department of the air force. thank you very much for being here with us today, and collectively, you share the responsibility for managing near $700 billion for net operating costs and accounting for nearly $2 trillion in assets. these are weighty responsibilities, particularly when you consider the importance of your mission to our nation's national security into our war fighters. i want to thank you for your service and for the commitment you demonstrated on this issue, achieving audit readiness when considered against this backdrop is both complex and challenging, and it's clear to me that you're making tangible progress forward. this hearing is met as a follow-up to the defense final management and audittability reform panel which was appointed by chairman buck and ranking member ada
like to welcome our distinguished panelists this morning. mr. robert hale, comptroller of the u.s. department of defense. ms. elizabeth mcgrath, u.s. department of defense. the honorable gladys commons, financial management and comptroller u.s. department of devi. dr. mary sally matiella, assistant secretary of the army financial management and comptroller u.s. department of the army. and ms. marilyn thomas, deputy assistant secretary of our comptroller u.s. permanent the air force. thank you for being here with us today and collectively you share responsibility for managing nearly $700 billion of net operating costs and accounting for nearly $2 trillion in assets. these are weighty responsibilities, particularly when you consider the importance of the emission terminations national security into our war fighters. i want to thank you for your service and the commitment you have demonstrated on this issue, achieving audit readiness is both complex and challenging and it is clear to me that you're making tangible progress forward. this hearing is meant as a follow-up to the defens
, be very inefficient as we did that. >> thank you. ms. davis. >> thank you, mr. chairman. thank you all for your leadership and for joining us today. at the beginning of your statement, secretary hale, you emphasized, i believe, that we need a balanced budget deficit reduction plan. is there anything in this discussion that we've had today that would suggest that perhaps it doesn't need to be balanced or that there is, um, is something about that in terms of all the budgets, you know, all the areas that we're looking at, yacht just yes dense -- not just defense that's not part of that discussion? >> the administration favors a balanced program of deficit reduction. i realize there are differences of opinion, but that would suggest both cuts in spending and some increases in revenues. that has to be worked out between the two houses of congress and the administration, but i believe they continue to favor that. >> any of you feel that that doesn't necessarily reflect your services? >> i'm going to intervene and ask -- >> okay. >> -- our military leaders not be asked to comment on that par
the financial management. but as ms. mcgrath said we're trying to retire a lot of these legacy systems and greatly reduce the numbers. >> i would add to what mr. hale said. we are taking a standards-based approach, so you've heard i believe mentioned -- instead amended casino solution, i.t. solution we are mandating the implementation of standards. and each one of the solutions do at the individual and aggregate the data, and so it's both a standards process base and then the implementation of standards. >> where are we in the process against the? with regard to the standard financial information structure, which is the main financial standard, all of the erp's, the ones the military department, actually all of them have implemented call it the structure and we did validation for each of the erp's on their application. i believe dr. matiella mentioned 90 some% in terms of compliance. each one of these is i was a compliant with the standards. and it's not on the financial system because the logistics and other systems -- we really are doing a full audit of all of the erp solutions in th
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